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Ulam (descendant of Saul)
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A descendant of Saul through Eshek; his sons are described as mighty warriors and bowmen (1 Chr 8:39–40).
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ULAM (PERSON) [Heb ʾûlām (אוּלָם)].1. The Manassite son of Sheresh, who is mentioned only in 1 Chr 7:16–17. His name is from the Hebrew ʾûl and probably meant “first” or “leader” (Noth IPN, 231). According to the MT, his brother was Rakem (the LXX omits Rakem from the genealogy), and his son was Bedan.
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U´LAM (ūʹlam; perhaps, “leader, first”; cf. Arab. ˒awwal, “first”).1. A son of Sheresh, and father of Bedan, of the tribe of Manasseh. Mentioned only in the genealogical record (1 Chron. 7:16–17).2. The firstborn of Eshek, a direct descendant from Mephibosheth, the grandson of King Saul; he lived